Speak to Me

Speak to Me

Hardback Published on: 06/07/2023
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I shall explain about our marriage. We have a modern version of a long-distance relationship. We share a house, but live in different historical eras... What happens in a relationship when your partner only has eyes for their new phone? What happens when you lose a treasured possession - a hoard of love letters documenting a relationship that never really ended - and this loss becomes an obsession? Speak to Me is the story of a woman's quest, in a world ruled by screens and devices, for a conversation that will unlock who she once was, and what she really wants now. Keenly observed, tender and sharply funny, this is a book about all the ways we say, and don't say, the things in our hearts.

  • Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
  • ISBN: 9781472299932
  • Number of pages: 272
  • Weight: 380g
  • Dimensions: 220 x 146 x 28 mm

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Speak to Me
An eye opening read
I was really interested in the premise of this book and as someone who probably spends too much time on their phone it was very interesting to read from th... READ MORE
Renee Southern
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Read this as part of bookclub. Thought the premise was great Could see why people would enjoy it but the writing style was not my style
Colin Williams
Speak to Me
How technology dominates our life
This was an unusual book, quite a quick read and threw up some interesting questions about modern life. The woman in the novel, who narrates, is frustrate... READ MORE
Duncan Holliday
Speak to Me
A one stop shop of hilarity and heartbreak- I loved it!
This book details the life of Susan, Kurt, and Kurt’s phone named Wendy. The novel begins when an intimate moment is interrupted by the beeping of Wendy. ... READ MORE
Ruth Davidson
Speak to Me
Quirky book, strange story, not very interesting
This book wasn't really my cup of tea. I thought the premise of the book was quite good – a couple whose marriage is struggling for a number of reasons bu... READ MORE
Rachel Holliday